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sexta-feira, 30 de setembro de 2011

Judô Brasileiro em Sheffield

http://sportv.globo.com/site/programas/sportv-news/noticia/2011/09/judo-brasileiro-escolhe-sheffield-como-quartel-general-na-inglaterra.html

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  1. Lembrei de voce:
    Sports Med Arthrosc Rehabil Ther Technol. 2011 Sep 28;3(1):20. [Epub ahead of print]
    Clinical Results of A Surgical Technique using Endobuttons for Complete Tendon Tear of Pectoralis Major Muscle: Report of Five Cases.
    Uchiyama Y, Miyazaki S, Tamaki T, Shimpuku E, Handa A, Hiroko O, Mochida J.
    Abstract
    ABSTRACT:
    BACKGROUND:
    We herein describe a novel surgical technique for the repair of complete tear of the pectoralis major (PM) tendon using endobuttons to strengthen initial fixation.
    METHODS:
    Five male patients (3 judo players, 1 martial arts player, and 1 body builder) were treated within 2 weeks of sustaining complete tear of the PM tendon. Average age at surgery and follow-up period were 28.4 years (range, 23-33) and 28.8 months (range, 24-36). A rectangular bone trough (about 1 x 4 cm) was created on the humerus at the insertion of the distal PM tendon. The tendon stump was introduced into this trough, and fixed to the reverse side of the humeral cortex using endobuttons and non-resorbable wires. Clinical assessment of re-tear was examined by MRI. Shoulder range of motion (ROM), outcome of treatment, and isometric power were measured at final follow-up.
    RESULTS:
    There were no clinical re-tears, and MRI findings also showed continuity of the PM tendon in all cases at final follow-up. Average ROM did not differ significantly between the affected and unaffected shoulders. The clinical outcomes at final follow-up were excellent (4/5 cases) or good (1/5). In addition, postoperative isometric power in horizontal flexion of the affected shoulder showed complete recovery when compared with the unaffected side.
    CONCLUSIONS:
    Satisfactory outcomes could be obtained when surgery using the endobutton technique was performed within 2 weeks after complete tear of the PM tendon. Therefore, our new technique appears promising as a useful method to treat complete tear of the PM tendon.

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  2. Eu vi e lembrei de quando tinha o peitoral inteiro hahahaha

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